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DC Thomson Media is looking for an Editorial intern to join the team based in Dundee over the summer period.
From a role as a laboratory management technician to owning her own dance studios, Anna Vainikka-McLean is living her dream.
Scotrail is recruiting train drivers on a starting salary of £47,1800 per year.
After opening the doors to Butterfly Effect Holistic Centre eight years ago, owner Maggie Wallace is almost always fully booked.
In the music industry a lot of people only see and hear the finished product without a thought about what goes on behind the scenes.
At just 23 years old, Chloe Sidey is already focused on a career in photography.
Although some never lost their love for vinyl records, there is no denying that there has been a resurgence in the vinyl market.
From a street food van in London to owning a cheese-mongers in Dundee – it’s all happened in just a few years for Hilary and Stephen Barney.
The variety of scenic locations in Tayside and Fife makes it the perfect choice for filming crews.
This butchery is a cut above the rest with a passion for its craft and sourcing quality Scottish produce.
Keiran O’Rourke never imagined his career would revolve around filming weddings but now he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Joyce Welsh’s passion for nutrition and health has made food fun for nursery kids and now she has been recognised for her achievements.
A job opportunity has arisen for a couple to look after a house in a picturesque local setting.
With a passion for complementary therapies, Melanie Wright Bell is now sharing her talents as one of the top reflexology tutors in the UK.
The Dundee Evening Telegraph is looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic digital journalist to bring energy and drive to our rapidly growing digital brands.
Breakthrough Dundee is looking for two school coordinators to join its growing team.
Teenie Tots Childminding may have only been open for a matter of months but owner Christine Brown has a wealth of experience.
Castle Horror is Scotland’s biggest and longest-running horror entertainment company and it ensures revellers around the country have a spook-tacular time throughout the year.
A joinery business is celebrating after its first set of 10 apprentices completed its own apprenticeship scheme.
In less than a year Kash Piechocki bought her own shop and developed a beauty business which is now thriving.